Who will be three-year starter Bryce Holland’s successor at center for the Black Knights this season?
Could the answer lie in Friday’s news of Peyton Reeder making the Rimington Trophy watch list. The junior is one of 80 players up for the award given to the nation’s top center.
Reeder started 11 games at right guard last season. He was Army’s second-string center behind Holland as a freshman. Reeder was limited during spring practice and was listed as the first-team right guard on the post-spring depth chart with senior Jack Sides as the top center.